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Publisher's Summary

An irreverent, hilarious insider's look at big-time NCAA basketball, through the eyes of the nation's most famous benchwarmer and author of the popular blog ClubTrillion.com (3.6m visits!). Mark Titus holds the Ohio State record for career wins, and made it to the 2007 national championship game. You would think Titus would be all over the highlight reels. You'd be wrong.
In 2006, Mark Titus arrived on Ohio State's campus as a former high school basketball player who aspired to be an orthopedic surgeon. Somehow, he was added to the elite Buckeye basketball team, given a scholarship, and played alongside seven future NBA players on his way to setting the record for most individual career wins in Ohio State history. Think that's impressive? In four years, he scored a grand total of nine - yes, nine - points.
This book will give readers an uncensored and uproarious look inside an elite NCAA basketball program from Titus's unique perspective. In his four years at the end of the bench, Mark founded his wildly popular blog Club Trillion, became a hero to all guys picked last, and even got scouted by the Harlem Globetrotters. Mark Titus is not your average basketball star. This is a wild and completely true story of the most unlikely career in college basketball. A must-read for all fans of March Madness and college sports!
©2012 Mark Titus (P)2012 Random House
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Critic Reviews

"Mark Titus knows a lot of personal secrets of mine. If he revealed any of them in this book, I will kick him right in the testicles. I’m not joking." (Greg Oden, #1 overall pick in 2007 NBA Draft, 2007 1st Team All-American)
“Of all the players I’ve coached in my career, Mark Titus is one of them.” (Thad Matta, head basketball coach at Ohio State)
“You want me to give you a quote? I guess I shouldn’t be surprised. You’ve been riding my coattails for years, so of course you want to put my name on your book to sell more copies.” (Evan Turner, #2 overall pick in 2010 NBA Draft, 2010 college basketball National Player of The Year)
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4 out of 5 stars
By Daniel Boismier on 04-25-18

Sophomoric read, but I mean that sincerely.

Would you listen to Don't Put Me In, Coach again? Why?

Probably not. But that is not to say it isn't worth listening to once. Actually was quite enjoyable as a "break" from my usual business and leadership books.

What did you like best about this story?

The storyline. How you can make the best of the situation you are in. Be yourself at all times. Embrace the moment.

Have you listened to any of Tyler Seiple’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No. But would again.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Trillion Club would be obvious, but here are a few more.... "One Shot", "Thrill Riding the Pine", "Put me in Coach (Not)", "Mr. Invisible",

Any additional comments?

Nope.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 04-14-18

A Funny Insight Into the World of Club Trillion

If you could sum up Don't Put Me In, Coach in three words, what would they be?

A funny look at one man's college basketball story. Mark Titus was a walk on the Greg Oden led Ohio State basketball team. He tells the story of his time on that team to some of the struggles that the team had after Oden left for the NBA. At the same time the book is laugh out loud funny.

What other book might you compare Don't Put Me In, Coach to and why?

A much less serious Friday Night Lights.

What aspect of Tyler Seiple’s performance would you have changed?

I think I would have had him add some more of Mark Titus's verbal style.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

"Don't put me in coach"

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